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Frederick Drew
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  • Brownsville, TX
  • United States
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The Connie is in my home town

The Connie is being demolished in my home town.The Constellation has been moved to Brownsville to be demolished. Can anyone tell me if they put the RA5C electronics are under the deck just aft of…Continue

Started Aug 1, 2014

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Date of Birth
July 26, 1945
What Squadrons were you in?
RVAH 1, RVAH 3, RVAH 13
Other non RVAH/VAH commands
Navy Photo School Pensacola, and several Photo Labs in different locations

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t 1:40pm on October 9, 2015, Frederick Drew said…
I have had mine for 30 years and still nice -. About 4 years ago an infection in my legs flared terribly and  lost both legs at the knees, the VA (treating it as service connected) treated me well in Houston. Still alive after 6 years military and 24 years in U. S. Customs. (down here there is more combat than in the 'Nam).Ted Drew

Posted on October 9, 2015 at 1:53pm — 2 Comments

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At 8:58pm on July 27, 2016, Mac McCord said…

Hi, doubt if you remember me from RVAH 13 line crew from 66-67 cruise on the Hawk, but I was a cat checker and worked with Tilly, and Terry Fulton.  Do you remember a Richard Duley who said he was on the cruise and worked the line?  I have checked both my 13 and Hawk cruise books and can't find his name anywhere.  He seem to know a lot of the people who were there, but just seems odd I can't find his name anyplace or do I remember him. 

Thanks,

Mac McCord (Pigpen)

At 7:59pm on July 26, 2016, peter c derose said…

A big Happy Birthday too you , Fred ! Still in South Padre Island watching the tide come & go ?

At 8:40pm on October 7, 2015, peter c derose said…

Well Fred , almost bought a condo in south padre area on a inland bay area ! Just before the big bridge  Was a sweet setup , had a walkout to the  boat dock , two floor , built in garage two bedroom I think ! All for 99 k , but couldn't pay the flood / storm insurance , was back in 80's !

At 8:07pm on September 11, 2015, peter c derose said…

Howdy Fred , Hope your doing OK ? Had a time share once in Brownsville ! Dropped it then later found out it was turned into a senior home or something like it !

At 2:18am on June 3, 2015, Don Dinsmore said…

Enlisted the first time in August 62. I went to Saufley Field for 10 months waiting for photo school to open, I became a tow tractor driver. After photo school I went to VAH-9, soon becoming RVAH-9 and school for the photo system. Did a Med Cruise, then fast turn around to South China Sea. Was discharged after Vietnam extention. I had intended to career in the Navy, but it was an unusual time for continuing and I chose to leave, but I couldn't stay out for long and returned 20 years later.

At 4:23pm on June 1, 2015, Bob Vehorn said…

Hi Mr. Drew,

I appreciate your kind words, and I know that Dad would, too.  I don't know if it was widely known in the squadron, but Dad was prior Enlisted and he had a great respect for the men who kept those birds flying.  Hope all is well with you.

Bob Vehorn

At 3:32pm on March 23, 2014, Richard Aldrich said…
Hi Fredl Spending the winter down here in the Florida Keys, enjoying the warm weather. Heading back to New England the end of April.
At 4:03pm on August 6, 2012, Richard Aldrich said…

Hi Fred;  Good to here from you.  I keep in touch with both Rickers and Sutton from the Admin Office.

At 2:37pm on December 22, 2010, Bob Vehorn said…

Hello Mr. Drew,

 

Ray Vehorn was my Dad.  He passed away 5 years ago.  I'm an AT1, now in the Reserves.  Spent a week aboard the Kitty Hawk in '06 and couldn't help but think of the good men that left her deck for the last time during those WESTPAC's.  It was good to hear from you.

 

Cheers,

 

Bob Vehorn

 
 
 

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